Even after getting a green signal for intercouse after five or six weeks of giving birth, you are not able to take the joy of coming close. It's just because of the reason that you have faced many post-pregnancy changes in your body that doesn't allow you to enjoy the feeling in the way before the pregnancy.
Read the below-listed common problems faced by almost every woman after her pregnancy.
For past nine months, you tolerated pain and restrictions in coming close to your partner. But, after delivering a child, again for the next six weeks, you will be bound to stay apart from him. And this boundation will create an eagerness in you to get back with him in that cozy sack.
It is highly sure that when you are feeding your child, your breasts will get heavy, sore, and witness unwanted let-downs. And after feeding your baby for the whole day, you will want them to be left alone.
You will pass the next six months too, but your stitches of C-Section are still not healed, and your body is not allowing you to start intercourse with your hubby.
Your post belly fat will embarrass you while coming close and your partner may also dislike it until it returns to its pre-pregnancy size.
After giving birth to a baby, your vaginal muscles get loose which will turn the feeling of $ex a bit different than it felt before giving birth.
After post-pregnancy, you may go through some hormonal changes that cause dryness in the vagina which will result into painful intercourse. Share the information with every mother would be, going through this time.